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Tales from Pixie Hollow 4 Copy Box Set (Disney Fairies) (Disney Chapters, Collection) Paperback – 8 Aug 2006

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Product details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Random House Disney; Slp edition (8 Aug. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736424458
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736424455
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 4.2 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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This box set is the first in the series and my daughter can't wait for the others to arrive. Gtreat stories which even I enjoy reading for her (even though it goes against my roughty toughty biker image!!). The look of wonder on her face as the exploits of Tinkerbell and her fairy friends is worth every penny. It even makes me smile, although I would never abmit this, Obviously!!
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Great fairytale stories for all ages. One of the best little bedtime stories. The pictures in the book are just magical.
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This was a present for my grand daughter who was very pleased with it. I didn't see it myself and so can't award a rating
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5.0 out of 5 stars The books in each set - and some info on 'order' 10 Jan. 2009
By Q - Published on Amazon.com
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Great books! We have been reading these to our kindergartener as bedtime chapter books. She's currently reading at a mid/late 1st grade level. I'm not sure whether she could read these on her own yet (I tend to think the length/complexity might be a bit daunting), but she's been loving having us read them to her.

Because it has taken a LOT of searching for me to figure out exactly which books are in each set (at this point in time, they're not all listed here individually), I thought I'd try to save someone else the trouble:

It appears (based on publication dates) that Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg 'starts' this series. It is NOT included in any of the box sets. I do know that references to this book are mentioned in at least some of the books in the box sets.

Box Set 1:
The Trouble with Tink
Vidia and the Fairy Crown
Beck and the Great Berry Battle
Lily's Pesky Plant

Tales From Pixie Hollow 2:
Rani and the Mermaid Lagoon
Fira and the Full Moon
A Masterpiece for Bess
Prilla and the Butterfly Lie

It also seems that Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Wand fits between box set #2 and box set #3, at least based on publication dates. I don't know if there are references to it in the later books, or how it truly 'fits' in the series yet - I'll try to remember to update when we've read that far!). It also is not included in any of the sets, but is seperate, just like _Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg_ that kicks things off.

Tales From Pixie Hollow Collection #3 Box Set:
Tink, North of Neverland
Beck Beyond the Sea
Dulcie's Taste of Magic
Silvermist and the Ladybug Curse

Tales From Pixie Hollow Collection #4, coming out August 25, 2009:
Fawn and the Mysterious Trickster
Iridessa, Lost at Sea
Rosetta's Daring Day
Queen Clarion's Secret

Coming 6/1/2010 - Another Gail Carson Levine addition: Fairies and the Quest for Never Land (Disney Fairies)

And, I'm willing to bet that there will be another box set out before too long (early 2011, maybe?) as there are other individual books being released now:
Myka Finds Her Way (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) (Jan 2010)
Lily in Full Bloom (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) (May 2010)
Vidia Meets Her Match (Disney Chapters) (Sept 2010)
Four Clues for Rani (Disney Fairies) (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) (Jan 2011)

Hope that saves someone some time and effort! (and with the 'edits to add' helps others figure out which order they 'should' go in!)
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book Series for Your Disney Fairies Fan! 2 July 2013
By Dre - Published on Amazon.com
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My daughter received several of the Disney Fairies books from a friend who was finished reading them and absolutely loved them. We have been reading the chapters for her bedtime story each night and all of the books have been a big hit. She just finished Kindergarten, but she is already a very strong reader and has been reading these on her own because she loves them so much. There are some challenging words, but it is really helping to improve her reading skills even more. I purchased this set to accompany the other Fairies books that she already had and she has been really excited to read them. This is the first set and is a great introduction to this series. Highly Recommended.

Please note: Just one word of caution if you are buying this set used from Amazon (or any book set for that matter). I had to purchase this set a total of three times from different used book sellers on Amazon because the first two included the wrong books. In each of the first two sets, one of the books was missing and a book from a different set was included. My daughter was very disappointed the first two times when they had to be returned, but we finally found a complete set. So if you are buying these books used, make sure to check the set you receive to make sure the correct books are included.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful chapter books with engaging plots 12 Jan. 2011
By Z Hayes - Published on Amazon.com
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My six-year-old daughter has recently moved on to chapter books. We began with the Junie B. Jones series which to my disappointment was peppered with grammatically questionable expressions, so when I came across this series based on the Disney fairies of Pixie Hollow, I decided to give them a try. My daughter loves these books! She loves fairies and her favorite fairy character is Tinker Bell so when she saw these books, she was captivated.

The first boxed set contains four books:
The Trouble With Tink - Tinker Bell finds herself at wits' end when she loses her tinker's hammer. There is a spare hammer, but it is located at Peter Pan's hideout.The trouble is that both Tink and Peter have not been on good terms since Peter brought Wendy to Never Land. Will Tink find a way to make amends and restore her tinker talent?
Vidia and the Fairy Crown - Vidia, a fairy that has been known to be mean-spirited, finds herself in a quandary when she is blamed for the loss of Queen Clarion's crown. Initially, Vidia adopts a "don't care" attitude but when she discovers the penalty for crown stealing, Vidia finds herself racing against time to find the crown and restore her good name.
Beck and the Great Berry Battle - Beck the animal-talent fairy finds herself trying to restore peace in Pixie Hollow when the hummingbirds and chipmunks start a war with each other.
Lily's Pesky Plant - Lily loves plants and nothing makes her happier than watching plants grow. When Lily comes across a strange seed, she plants it and to her surprise, an ugly plant grows. Unfortunately, everyone else in Pixie Hollow finds the plant to be ugly with a disgusting smell. Will Lily have to destroy her beloved plant?

The stories are all engaging, and will delight any fan of fairy stories. Though the recommended age is 9 and up, I think this book is a perfect chapter book for children who are improving in their reading proficiency and are ready to move on to chapter books. The chapters are about 14-15 pages in length which may be a bit daunting to younger reader but some gentle pacing might help them get through. My daughter managed one chapter a day, in about three sittings per chapter, but I imagine older children will be able to get through these books much faster. There are also lovely color illustrations of the fairies and their surroundings, and even though these illustrations do not appear on every page, they are frequent enough to motivate children to read. The stories are well-written, and the sentences are varied enough to make reading an engaging and interesting experience. I highly recommend this series, which also includes:
Tales From Pixie Hollow 2 (4 Copy Box Set) (Prilla and the Butterfly Lie, Masterpiece for Bess, Fira and the Full Moon, Rani in the Mermaid Lagoon)
Tales From Pixie Hollow Collection #3 Box Set (Disney Fairies)
Tales From Pixie Hollow Collection #4 (Disney Fairies)
5.0 out of 5 stars We Love these! 13 May 2015
By E. Herrera - Published on Amazon.com
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My daughter loves to read and I love the price for bundled books. Wish the rest of the series were bundled. She has already read Bundles 1-4 over 2 months! She was only 7 but she just couldn't stop reading. So if you child loves Tinkerbell and friends, I recommend these as a great read! They are fun, exciting, and the vocabulary is pretty advanced for younger readers. So it is good for advancing their vocabulary.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for my 7-year old daughter 31 Dec. 2010
By Arthur Bradley - Published on Amazon.com
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My 7-year old daughter is absolutely insisting that I write a "glorious review" (her words) for this boxed set of Tinkerbell books. So here you have it! The books appear to capture the best of Disney, being both imaginative and warm. When I asked my daugther what the first book (Trouble with Tink) was about, she went into a ten minute explination of pixie happenings... something about a lost hammer and a quest to go out and find it. I personally think that anything that has children reading more is a wonderful investment. This one apparently fits the bill for young girls interested in this sort of genre.

Written by Arthur Bradley, author of the "Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family."
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